Support After a Disaster
Important Information for Victims
Our thoughts and prayers are with our members impacted by natural disasters and other traumatic events. For healthcare issues, including continuity of care questions or lost medical ID cards, use the following links for provider contact information.
LiveHealth Online is a convenient tool to access quality medical care for common health conditions such as colds, cuts, bruises, sprains or strains, and other non-emergency issues. Prescriptions and/or prescription refills can be provided by board-certified doctors if needed.
To receive this benefit:
Members who need additional support should call the Member Services number on their ID card.
EAP Disaster & Traumatic Events Resources
Educational tools can be found on Cigna's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Disaster Resource Center. You will have access to disaster-related handouts, along with links to community resources for recovery. No Employer ID is required.
Employees and their household members can call your company’s dedicated EAP toll-free number (see below) or call EAP – National Care Center at (800) 554-6931 for support. Cigna provides helpful ideas on physical, mental, and emotional self-care during turbulent times.
Employees and Household Members
Access EAP Services:
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Health Advocate Resources
Health Advocate's experts are here to help you.
- Locate network providers in a new area
- Find facilities that will be able to provide temporary assistance
- Transfer medical records and prescriptions
- Help get a short supply of medications if prescriptions have been lost
- Coordinate care between insurance company and medical providers
- Answer benefit and treatment questions
- Help with elderly parents
Call Health Advocate at (866) 695-8622 or visit www.HealthAdvocate.com/cpg.
Resilience in the Face of Disaster
Presented in conjunction with Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD), this webinar was crafted especially for clergy and lay employees affected by Hurricane Harvey, however the webinar content can be applied in similar situations of disaster and trauma.
Here you will explore the psychological impact of disaster and promising avenues for restoring well-being. Clinical psychologist Jody Horstman leads the 45-minute presentation, focusing on resilience and managing the stress associated with crisis. With extensive training and experience in disaster relief, Jody speaks to the needs of both survivors and responders, and points to strategies for resilience and self-care in times of crisis and when handling the stressors of everyday life.
Download resilience resources from the webinar: